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THE CORVALLIS GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2,1901.
Under the old chattel mortgage
law when the instrument was re
corded, or filed, it became a lien
upon the property mortgaged,
and the party talcing the proper
ty out of the county to defeat the
lien became a law-breaker and
was subject to punishment, and
the mortgagee could follow the
property and take it wherever he
found it. Under the new law, if
the property is removed from the
county the lien ceases from and
after thirty days from the time of
removal, unless within said thirty
days the mortgage shall have
been recorded in the county to
which the property was removed.
Suppose mortgaged personal
property is removed from the
county and secreted, or placed in
some other county where it is
difficult to find, and the mort
gagee does not know in what
county it is necessary for him to
record his mortgage in order to
preserve his lien. In such event
he would have to record his mort
gage in every county in the
state, paying the extraordinary
large fees therefor named in an
other place in this issue, or take
chances on losing his lie. There
is positively not a single feature
of merit in this new chattel mort
gage law. its purpose can per
ioral only only one object, which
is to destroy the business hereto
fore done under chattel mortgage
security. The legislative tinker
with laws, who can not by occu
pation or knowledge comprehend,
is aoout tne worst menace in
many instances to what little
business interests the country has
The last legislature passed j
new law relating to chattel mort
gages in this state. Under the
old law the holder of a chattel
mortgage, to preserve his lien,
could file the same with the coun
ty clerk, or recorder, paying fifty
cents therefor. By the new law
tne simple matter ot tiling as
stated is done away with. The
holder in the future under the
new law Is required to have the
chattel mortgage recorded. This
is copied in full upon a record
kept for that purpose, th holder
having to pay the same fees as
for recording deeds and mortgages
of realty, which will be from
50 to $2.50 for each instrument.
Any man taking a chattel mort
gage for six months to secure $25
or $50 will have to pay nearly as
much or more for recording, as
the interest for the time on the
money will be. The fees in
nearly all cases are paid by the
borrower, which were large
enough under the old law. The
new law will retard and prevent
much business being done, which
under the old law would have
been done, and added to the ac
comodation of the people, and in
creased the volume of business in
the state. Many a poor man
could, under the old law, borrow
money on chattels, being the only
thing he would have to give as
security, while under the new
law he will have to look to the
legislature lor a reason why he
cannot do business. The aver
age legislator seems to act as if
his only duty is to tie up and re
tard what little husiness the coun
try is able to do. It seems to us
that the legislature could see
some merit in passing laws to
enable people to do more business
than to prevent them from doing
what little these is left. The ten
dency of the times for several
years has been to retard rather
than to assist business.
A short time ago Prof. V. K.
Chestnmt was in onr city in the
interest of the department of
agriculture. A Washington dis
patch appeared in Sunday's Ore
gouian regarding a document
which is soon to be issued as the
result of Prof. Chestnut's re
search in the matter ef poisonous
plants and their effeet upon stock
in Montana. The following in
teresting extracts are taken:
There are no figures showiag
the annual loss of sheep aad
stock from plant-poisoning, but
out of 9,725 cases of sheep poi
soning coming under the obser
vation of these specialists during
the summer, 3,331 proved fatal.
Of 147 cattle that were poisoned,
90 died, and six horses out of
154 died from the effects of plant ,
noisonintr. Of conrse. some
plants are more poisonous than
others. The greatest destruction
is worked by lapine. In the
winter of iSqS-qq it is stated
that 4,700 sheep were poisoned
from eating lupine hay. and
1,812 died. In the following
summer 150 cattle were poisoned
from eatiug false lupine, and 100
la order to observe the effect
ofvarioos poisons contained in
the different plants, alcoholic
solutions of the various poisons
were ased in experiments upon
rabbits. ThrOBgh a careful study
of the efftcts of these poisons en
the rabbits, it was possible to
find an effectual antidote, and
ascertain just what doses should
be administered, and in what
It has been found that many
practices resorted to by herders
in cases of poisoning are not
only unavailing, but detrimental.
These scientists strongly con
demn the common practice
among herders to keep poisoned
sheep oii the move. It is assert
ed on the coatrary, that the suf
fering animals thould remain as
quiet as possible, as moving
about weakens them, and often
times results fatally, where other
wise recovery would have been
The practice of bleeding is
likewise condemned, as is the
administration of melted lard or
fat pork, and doses of soda or
vinegar. These treatments are
taken up and fully discussed in
the report. It is clearly shown
that stockmen have no general,
simple and reliable antidote for
After an elaborate series of ex
periments, it is recommeHded
that the regular usa of a solu
tion of permanganate of potash
will prove an effective antidote
in most cases of plant poisoning.
Besides being efficacious, its ad
ministration is so simple, and its
mode of administration is so
easily understood, that it is rec
ommended in almost all cases of
poisoning of stock by plants.
Aluminum sulphate, used in
conjunction with the permanga
nate of pstash, adds to the effect
iveness ot the remedy.
Dr. Withycombe at the recent
institute meeting: in Monmouth,
Agriculture at present is in a
transitory stage for the intensive
is being substituted for the ex
tensive system of farming. It
seems especially ausmcious to
hold a farmers' institute at this
seat of learning in the beginning
of an era of more careful farming
and a higher appreciation of in
dustrial systems of education.
Popalar sentiment in matters of
education is rapidly changing.
The classic are rapidly giving
place to science and industrial
arts. The field of higher educa
tion is no longer confined to law,
medicine and theology. The
best thought and highest culture
are employed in developing our
industrial arts and making sci
ence the handmaid of toil.
Farming, to be successful,
must be divorced from drudgery.
The old-time practice of 18
hours of labor and 6 hours of
sleep must give way to systems ',
thai give some time for think
ing. The farmer is rapidly
learning to depend more upon
the applied sciences for snccess,
and less upon the brawn whioh
nature and his environment have
generously furnished him. He
must possess knowledge of the
fundamental and scientific prin
ciples which control animal and
plant life. The chemistry of the
soil and resultant changes in the
growth of crops must be of a
character whioh will enable him
to think clearly and to express
his thoughts forcefully.
The munificence of our gov
ernment in establishing a liberal
publie school system, and the
endowment- of colleges of agri
cultural and mechanical arts,
open to the industrial classes an
avenue through which they may
attain happiness and a higher
state of civilization. These
classes will be the seed-bed ef
the nation, a responsive soil
where knowledge will develop
the strongest character, and will
give to the fabrie of eur highest
citizenship the enduring and in
vincible fibers of tratb, justiee
Awful Itchingof Eczema
Dreadful Scaling of
CURED BY CUTICURA
Cuticura Soap, to cleanse the skin,
Cuticuba Ointment, to heal the skin, and
Cuticuea Resolvent, to cool tho blood,
mako tho most complete and speedy euro
treatment for torturing, disfiguring hu
mors, rashes, and irritations, with loss of
hair, which have defied the skill of tho best
physicians and all other remedies.
Or. Baap. Sfe.t Ottmst, 50c. j Rbsoltxkt, 0c Bold
Tcrjrwhro. Pons a D.xmvC. Cour. Prop., Dootoa.
Fifty good farms and 50 stock ranches
to sell. Geo. F. Eglis & Co.,
, Real Estate.Ineurance and Collections.
Office: Room No. 1, First Nat'l Bank
Bld'g, Corvallis, Oregon.
Uniformed S. P. l'orters.
The Southern Pacific Co. intends,
shortly, to uniform its passenger attend
ants at the Oakland pier and San Fran
They will wear dark blue suits and
bright red caps with a broad black band
bearing in gold letters the words, "S. P.
Co. Porter," so that they may be readily
distinguished. Their dnties will be to
assist passengers in every way possible,
directing them to proper trains, boat en
trances, etc., helping ladies and children
without escort on and off trains, and
showing such attention to the traveling
public as will tend to make them a pop
ular feature in the Bervice.
Bids for Wood.
Sealed proposals for famishing wood
for the State Agricultural College at
Corvallis, Oregon, will 1e received by the
nndersigned np to 3 o'clock p. m. Satur
day, April 6, 1901.
Specifications: Six hundred (600)
cords of body fir wood, cut from live
trees, well seasoned. No wood cut from
dead timber will be accepted. Proposals
for lots of not less than fifty (50) cards
will be, received. Wood to be delivered
on or before September 15, 1901, at the
option of the bidder. Wood to be ricked
on the College grounds 'as directed by
the Purchasing Agent of the College.
Wood to be measured after ricking. No
payments will be made before September
10, 1901. The right to reject any and
all bids reserved. Bids sealed and en
dorsed "Bid for wood."
John D. Daly,
' Sec'y Board of Regents.
Corvallis, Or., March 15, 1901.
No. 54 190 acres, 60 in cultivation
mostly bottom land, balance fine pas
ture and timber, good new barn, small
house, 1)4 miles from Philomath, price
$2,500 ; this is a fine farm.
No. 8 165 acres, 140 in cultivation,
good house, barn, orchard and water,
All well fenced, two miles from Philo
math; one of the finest farms in Oregon:
price, f30 per acre.
No. 61 80 acres, 10 in cultivation, bal
ance good pasture and timber, good out
range, fair bouse, barn and other out'
buildings, good fruit and water; this is
a fine goat ranch, 6 miles from Philo-
price' $650; this is a snap.
No. 10140 acres, 15 in cultivation,
good building, fine fruit and water., fine
bottom land ; price $650; 4 1-2 miles from
No. 103 18 acres near Corvallis, well
improved, a sightly home for $1,100.
Real Estate Agent,
Box 59, Philomath, Benton County, Oregon.
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Books and Stationery, Commercial Pa
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Combs, Brushes and Mirrors.
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Fine Cutlery
Manager of Perscription Department,
T. A. JONBS. Registered,
Special Course in Pharmacy at Perdue Universi
Sheriff's Notice to Taxpayers.
Notice is hereby given that there is at
tached to the tax roll a warrant com
manding me to return said roll to the
county court on or before the first day
of April, togather with the entries there
on of all monies to me paid ; therefore,
if you do not wish your names to go
upon the delinquent roll pay your taxes
on or before said first day of April, 1901.
I have no discretion in the matter and
will close the roll and return the same
to the connty court 00 Saturday evening,
March 30, 1901, as by law required,
M. P. BUBKETT,
FORTUNES MADEIN OIL STOCKS.
THE PORTAND OIL COMPANY
Of Portland, Oregon,
Owns Sixty Acres of the Best Oil Lands in California, is Incor
porated under the Laws of Oregon; Stock is
GUARANTEED Stock at 20 cents per share; COMMON Stock at
10 cents per share. Company composed of responsible business men of
Portland. PAR VALUE $1 00 PER SHARE.
BUY NOW and take advantage of riBe in price which is sure to
follow. Active operations have ahead v hpo-n n Oil will Ko atrimlr vnifri-
in four months. Book of company
OrJers for stock should be accompanied with draft or money order.
Many similar stocks have advanced to $10 and $20 per share. No cer
tificates will be issuod for lets than one hundred shares.
For all further particulars and prospectus, write to
. Y. KEADY & CO.,
110 Sherlock Bldg, Portland, Oregon.
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OFFICERS & DIRECTORS
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E. MOOR. Vice-President.
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GEO. E. LILLY, Assistant Cashier.
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Notice for Publication.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
March 9, 1901.
Notice is herebv riven that tho following.
named settler has filed notice mi his Intention
to make final nroof in sunnort ef his Aiaim an,
that said proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Benton County, at Corvallis, Oregon.
on April 22, 190L viz:
THOMAS M. LASKEY,
H. E. No. 11838, for the NEi, Section 32, T 11
South, Rang 7 West. Be lismes the follow
ing witnesses to prove nn continuous residence
pon and cultivation of said land, viz: t.
bner Woods. Georee Woods. Th
Xlvsrpw Muikey, all of Blodgett, Oregon.
are always OPEN TO INSPECTION
Nolle to Creditors.
Notice la heresy giveu that the nndersigned has
seen appointed administrator of the estate of
Thomas Wyatt, deceased, by the county court of
Benton county. Oregon. All persons bavins claims
against saiu estate are hereby notified to present
the same, duly verified, together with the proper
vouchers, to me at the law office of Bryson & Wood
ton in Corvallis, Beaton county, Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice.
Dated this 1st day of March A. D, 1801.
GEORGE W. WTATT,
Administrator of said Estate.
Notice for Pttblieatiou.
Ukitsd Burn Lass tms,
Oregon City, Oraroa, Kev. 19, IBM.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance with
the previsions of the act ef Congress of June 3rd,
187S, entitled 'An act for the (ale of timber lands in
theatatesef California, Oregon, Nevada, and Wash
ington Territory," as extended ta all the Public Land
States by act of August 1, 1892,
LETT1E H. ROBINSON,
Of Fall City, county of Polk. State of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office her sworn statement No.
5323, for the purchase of the B. E. quarter of Sec
tion 14 in Township No. 13 S-, Range No. 7 West,
and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more valuable for its timber or stoue than for agri
cultural purposes, and to establish her claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this office at
Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, the 14th day of
February, 1901. bhe names of witnesses: Uichael
Flynn, Freeman W. Robinson, Bridget Flynn and
Albert N. Robinson, all of Fall City. Oregon,
Anvandall persons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are requested to tile their claims in
tms omce on or oeiore saia in uay oi February,
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office,
Oregon City, Oregon, Ceo. 10, 1908.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with tne
provisions of an act of Congress of June S, 1878, en
titled "An act for tho sale of timber lands in the
States of California. Oregon, Nevada, and Washing
ton Territory, as extenaea to au tne ruoue uuia
States by act of August 4, 1892,
CHARLES D. TICE,
Of Fall City, eounty of Polk, State ef Oregon, has
this day filed in this office his sworn statement No.
6333. for the purchase of the N. ) N.W. 1-4, N. J
N. E. 1-4 of Section No. 34. in Township No. 1! 8,
Range No. 7 W.. and Will offsr proof to show that
the land sought is nore valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to estab
lish his claim to said land before the Register and
Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, en
Fridav, the 8th day of March, 190L , He names as
witnesses: Michael Flynn. Freeman Robinson,
Peter Miller and Alvin Rohinson, all of Falls City,
Any and all persons claiming adversely tne anova
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or before said 8th dav ef March 1901.
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Notice for Publication.
Ukitkb States Laks Omca,
Oregon City, Oregon. March, 4, 1M1.
Notice Is hereby e-iven that in compliaaca with tka
provisions of the act of Congress of Jun S, 1S7S,
entitled "An act for the sale of timber laaas in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, aad Wash
ington Territory," as extended to all th Publlo
Land States by act of August 4. 1882, '
MRS. BESSIK S. FLYNN,
of Mnpmouth, connty of Folk, state of Oregon, has
this day filed in this office her sern statement Ko.
6E63, for the purchase of SVSof NK1 sndKiofSE
of Section f"o j in Township Ne 13 South, Kange No
ana win oner proof to s&ow that the land
Pmitrht is more valuable for its timber or stone than
1 or ae'ricultural purposes, and to establish her claim
I to said 'and before the Register and Receiver of this
ofh7 at Oregon City, Oretron, on Wednesday, the
29th day of stay, 1911. She nnmes as witnesses:
Michael G. Flynn, of Fall City. Folk Co., Or.Jas M.
Flynn, of Monmouth, Polk Co., Or., Samuel W.
Ewing, of Fall Citv, Polk Co., jr., John W. Hyda,
of Philomath, Benton Co., Or.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in
this office on or sefore said 29th day of Way,
1901. C11AS. B. HOORES.
A Call for Warrants. .
Notice is hen by given that llieie is
money in the treasury to pay a'l "gen
eral fund" warrants up to and including
No. 2873, endorsed Nov. 14, 1819, and
all "street fund" warrants, np to an d in
cluding No. 844, endorsed Nov. S7, 1900.
Interest will be stopped on the f-ame
from this date. . William McLaoan,
Dated, Corvallis, Or., March 15. 1901.
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